I have 7 monitors, with 7 computers ,,,, that is what u see and 2 in storage)
I collect them when clients decide they want a bigger one, they give me their older ones and since they still work I actually wind up saving one for a backup and adding it to one of the refurbished machines I do as a throw in.
Last edited by robinb9; 04 Dec 2012 at 22:27.
btw where did you get that big signature graphic? it is major awesome
Nothing too fancy here, just a stock gaming rig. HP Pavillion G7-2251dx - Windows 8 64 bit AMD A-8 4500M Quad core laptop with 17.3 inch monitor and ATI HD 7640G - 2 gigabyte discrete graphics, 8 gigabytes of ram ( came with 4 had to add 4 gigs for another 23 bucks) HP Pavilion g7-2251dx Notebook PC | HP® Support Purchased from BestBuy on two day sale for 389.00. Total cost with Tax 450.20
I had to get a new computer because my single core rig would not play Black Ops or FarCry 3. This "budget" laptop is well worth every penny. I can play Black Ops and FarCry 3 on all high settings and it is super fast. Best gaming rig I've ever had and I have been gaming for over 20 years on PC. Multitasking is awesome. I can play my games, have Firefox open with 300 tabs ( yes I really do that) and run other apps in the background. Really nice for video editing.
This thing is sleek and black with a metal flake finish. It's Love. If you don't have a lot of coin, this is highly recommended.
this is our office
if there were no papers around- it would look like it was not worked in
Those white closets were custom made and hung by my husband
So was the desk top
to the left is my lab where I do my testing for software (brown desk) and also to fix computers from clients
The one with the Wider Monitor is my main business Computer, the one next to that is my upgraded Windows 8 and the one next to that is another Windows 7 test machine
Above the brown desk are all the cables, wires, etc that we sell
How can you keep an office neat anyway?
My rig when I finished my upgrades at work:
I think I may need a new case for the number of drives I have... had to use brackets:
On closer inspection, I had to use nested brackets ((2.5-3.5)-5.25") to get my SSD's in properly!